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Stories That Fade With Time

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This is a gentle story exploring the intricacies of a father-son relationship in a remote village in southern India. The play reveals the strength of their bonding as they work through the most unexpected of events.

The story unfolds as the Son returns to his native village after a long time away. He is a stranger in his own village. He begins to reestablish the bond with his native place through the little snippets of memories that gets revealed to him through his father's eyes. He begins making plans for establishing a co-operative society in the village, when an unexpected turn of events makes him confront the question of "what is truly important?".

This play is intended to be a soothing cultural audio experience. It is designed to be a rich binaural 3D audio experience.

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Father and son walk back to their house in the village from the train station.
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As the son settles into his village home, his father has little stories that reminds him of how special their home is.
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Son returns to his native village after a long time.
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Father and son sit down for their very first dinner in a long time. Son relveals his plan to start a co-operative society on their family owned piece of land. 
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An unexpected turn of events unfold and the son is made to confront the choice of what is truly important.